On Oct. 2, Beverly Voyce, 83 will bike 30 miles in Camp Twin Lakes’ Spin for Kids fundraiser as part of the Kayley-4-Campers team. The team includes three generations: Voyce, her two sons and her grandson. Voyce's granddaughter died from a neuroblastoma in 2004.
Libby Hall, 75, of Joliet, is finding success with the Optune device, which sends an electrical field into her brain cancer cells. It's the only treatment Hall is currently receiving and she wants everyone to know about it.
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In 2012, Joliet Catholic Academy junior Matt "Mammo” Mammosser died five months after his diagnosis of a rare cancer. His family is still raising donating money in his memory.
The Cancer Care Center at the Ascension Illinois Health Center – Romeoville provides most of the cancer care services available at St. Joe's in Joliet.
Overall, Chiara Robinette of Minooka and the mother of two active young sons, is feeling pretty good, considering she’s battling stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. Her goal is to see both her sons turn 18.
The annual fundraising walk and victory lap for cancer survivors nearly reached $95,000 fundraising goal.
Vinnie Gincauskas, 15, has volunteered for Lockport’s Haunted Hayride and at the Lockport Resource Center. He likes antiques, history, musicals, theater and the Titanic. He also has a cancer so rare, no standard of care exists.
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Wenora Johnson’s colon cancer was found before she was old enough for the recommended screening
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Meet at Santa's hut inLockport. Santa and Mrs. Claus will lead the way.
Support helped them cope with daughter’s diagnosis and the family passed along the blessings